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Nov
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comment Condition which is likely to happen
Thank you guys. By the way, @FumbleFingers I'm a guy.
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Nov
14
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@coleopterist I don't mean it is not acceptable, I just want to figure out if the expression I posted is proper enough. Or if there is any other expression more accurate?
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accepted A song “by” a singer or “from” a singer or “of” a singer
Oct
9
comment A song “by” a singer or “from” a singer or “of” a singer
Thank you. "I would probably use "Adele's Someone Like You" at the beginning of a sentence, introducing a new topic, but "Someone Like You by Adele" towards the end of a sentence, when it's just clarifying which song by which artist." I think I get it.
Oct
8
comment A song “by” a singer or “from” a singer or “of” a singer
@Gulliver Thank you. But what's the difference between "a song by her" and "her song"? I still don't get it.
Oct
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asked A song “by” a singer or “from” a singer or “of” a singer